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Author : Elizabeth Roberts, David Williamson & Carmen Cox
School/Work Place : Bond University, Australia (Elizabeth Roberts), Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (David Williamson), Southern Cross University, Australia (Carmen Cox)
Contact : eroberts@bond.edu.au
Year : 2008

The purpose of this study was to identify international human resource management best practice with regard to work/life balance policies and practices within an international hotel in Auckland, New Zealand. The methodology included an analysis of qualitative data gleaned from exit interviews with 166 hotel employees, structured interviews with key management informants, and content analysis of written human resource policies pertaining to work/life balance.


List of Articles
No. Subject Views Date
2 Think Tank VIII Employment of the Disabled Workforce in the Hospitalit... file 8474 Oct 13, 2013

Employment is one of the important requirements for the integration of disabled people to daily life. The tourism industry is one of Turkey’s important industries with a great potential for growth. However this growth must be a planned and ...

Author: Sabah Balta & Murat Bengisu 

Year: 2008 

» Think Tank VIII Managing Work/Life Balance Issues: An Examination of H... file 1945 Oct 13, 2013

The purpose of this study was to identify international human resource management best practice with regard to work/life balance policies and practices within an international hotel in Auckland, New Zealand. The methodology included an anal...

Author: Elizabeth Roberts, David Williamson & Carmen Cox 

Year: 2008 

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